Rove is abnormally skilled at convincing the audience that the pawn moved on its own to that particular square on the chess board.
The early-voter turnout, which figures to be heavily Democratic, is abnormally high.
In other words, we feel that we are moving at a slow, stately rate through a universe whose contents have been abnormally slowed.
These numbers are partly due to an abnormally high number of traffic deaths.
A further observation made by the investigator is that the chicks which obtained the lowest amount of lime were abnormally weak.
And the same holds good in cases where the calyx is abnormally leafy.
They are at one and the same time abnormally truthful, and abnormally sensitive.
His eyes were abnormally large, and round like those of a cat.
He strove to comfort her, to amuse her, but what form of distraction could be made to appeal to that abnormally apathetic nature?
She also saw that Dick was abnormally excited, and suspected that he had been drinking.
1835, displaced older abnormous (1742) and rival anormal (1835) under influence of Latin abnormis "deviating from a rule," from ab- "off, away from" (see ab-) + norma "rule" (see norm). The older forms were via Old French anormal (13c.), from Medieval Latin anormalos, from Greek anomalos, from an- "not" + homalos, from homos "same." The Greek word was altered in Latin by association with norma. Related: Abnormally.